A guaranteed electric rate. Yes, you read that right.

No, really, you read that right.

No surprises. No rate hikes. No kidding.

You know when you open your utility bill and gasp because your electric rates suddenly went up?

That won’t happen anymore. With Sunrun, we offer a guaranteed rate - and even better? We lock in those rates for 20 years. The catch? Well, there is no catch. Really. Here’s all there is to it.

• We buy the system and install it on your roof.

• You pay a low monthly fee for your electricity.

• It generates power for you – with rates that are locked in.

• If you move? We’ll even help transfer the service to the new buyer.

• Did we mention that rates are locked in?

Look forward to your electric bill.

"All you have to do is look at the expression on my face when I open my electric bill every month. It's like having your birthday when you’re a kid. What makes the experience even better is the fact that I am contributing to a cleaner, healthier environment."

Ed G, Kealakekua, Hawaii
Customer since 2012

How much can you save?

You save when you pay a rate for electricity lower than what you pay to your utility. Every time your utility raises rates, your solar rates will still be locked in.

How much you'll save will be specific to you. If utility rates continue to increase as they have historically, the average Sunrun customer is expected to save thousands on electricity bills over the life of the Sunrun agreement.* The best way to find out how much you'll save is a quick phone call.

Is Solar Right for Your Home?

Going solar can save money...

and other things like, oh, the planet.

Questions? Thoughts? Want to learn more? Let's talk.

*Based on Sunrun customer agreements signed in Q4 2012, compared to current average electricity rates and projected rate increases published and analyzed by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (“EIA”) (http://www.eia.gov/), Clean Power Research (http://www.cleanpower.com/), and a Moody’s Investors Service report titled, “The 21st Century Electric Utility, pages 11-12 (May 2010).  Actual savings may vary based on a particular customer’s roof, geographic location, utility district, and electricity usage.